Account News in Brief (November 26, 2007)
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Account News in Brief (November 26, 2007)

New business for Lou Hammond & Associates, JohnstonWells Public Relations, Dukas PR, Tobin & Associates.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Lou Hammond & Associates has added three accounts: Christophe Harbour, a resort on the island of St. Kitts; Mayflower Inn & Spa, a 30-room spa and country house hotel located less than two hours from New York City; and The Modern is a 26-story all-glass condominium tower with 85 exclusive residences close to Palm Beach.

DENVER—Regenerative Science has selected JohnstonWells Public Relations to provide strategic support for its company launch, as well as media relations, website counsel and event coordination. Regenerative Sciences is the Denver-based developer of Regenexx, a  non-surgical procedure for people suffering from various orthopedic disorders.

NEW YORK—Dukas Public Relations has been retained as the agency-of-record by Kirby McInerney, a leading law firm in securities class action and antitrust litigation.

SAN RAFAEL, CA—Public relations and marketing consultancy Tobin & Associates has added to two clients to its client roster: GoSolarMarin, a coalition that will provide lower cost solar installations to homeowners, businesses and non-profit organizations, and the San Francisco Great Books Council, which coordinates more than 40 book groups in Northern California.

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